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In a personal injury action, judgment in favor of plaintiff is affirmed over defendant's challenges that 1) it did not have a duty to warn of possible injury from diving into a shallow pool, 2) the district court misapplied the doctrine of primary assumption of risk, and 3) its acts were not the proximate cause of plaintiff's injuries.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 11/08/2004
  • Published 11/08/2004


  • RAYE, J.


  • California Court of Appeal


  • For Appellees:
  • Finley and Buckley, Timothy J. Buckley III, Chad D. Graddy, Dennis A. Brown III, Atlanta, GA;  Foley & Lardner and Robert J. Wenbourne, Sacramento, for Defendants, Cross-Defendants and Appellants., James A. Henderson, Jr., and Aaron D. Twerski, New York, NY, for amicus curiae Aqua Magazine on behalf of Defendants, Cross-Defendants and Appellants., Jay-Allen Eisen Law Corporation, Jay-Allen Eisen, C. Athena Roussos, Sacramento;  Charter Miller Davis and Whitney Davis, Sacramento, for Plaintiff and Respondent., Jeffrey G. Nevin Law Corporation and Jeffrey G. Nevin, San Francisco, for Cross-Complainant and Respondent.
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